Dr Claire Neil
Company: University of Stirling
Job title: Research fellow
Claire has more than 10 years’ experience in earth observation and has dedicated her working life to improving understanding of some of the earth’s most complex environmental systems. Her expertise includes underwater optical modelling, radiative transfer physics, image/signal processing and algorithm development. Having completed a PhD in environmental optics at the University of Strathclyde, Claire undertook a CNES Research Fellowship at Laboratoire d’océanographie de Villefranche (LOV) in the South of France. She returned to Scotland in 2013 where she took up a position of data analyst and modeller at the Scottish Environment Protection Agency. It was here that her interest in developing satellite applications for end-users grew and she has since focused her research on generating algorithms capable of accurately estimating water quality parameters in UK lakes and reservoirs.
Satellite remote sensing to monitor water quality 1:45 pm
Collaboration with SEPARead more
day: 5 October 2018